1976 Ford Bronco ‘Green Monster’

Aug 29, 2018

Category: Rides

While we’ve seen our share of excellent one-off classic SUV restorations, it takes a lot more to produce impressive and unique results time and time again. But that’s exactly what the folks at Velocity Restorations have managed. And now, they’ve built another beautiful beast in this 1976 Ford Bronco ‘Green Monster.’

Resto-modded to the same exacting standards of all their builds, this gorgeous creature boasts a monstrous Ford Coyote 5.0 power plant — capable of producing 412 horsepower and 390 foot-pounds of torque on its own — mated to a 6R80 transmission. But that monster gets some added boost thanks to a Whipple supercharger, as well. From there, things just keep getting better with the inclusion of a custom chassis, an independent front suspension and four-linked rear, hand-built bumpers, and a six-point roll cage. The upgrades extend to the interior, as well, in the form of a Kicker sound system, custom leather upholstery, digital gauges, A/C, and more. Though this beast is spoken for, you can get in touch with Velocity to have them build one of your own.

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